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Cheryl A. Oldham on building a robust 21st-century workforce in the U.S. and Kentucky
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Linda Hampton - Early Childhood
Linda Hampton, executive director of the Governor's Office of Early Childhood.
S14 Ep20 | 29m 47s
History of the Lyric Theatre and its importance to the city's African American community.
S14 Ep19 | 26m 34s
Community Action Council; First 5 Lex
Early childhood education with Community Action Council and First 5 Lex.
S14 Ep18 | 28m 53s
Dr. Seamus Carey, president of Transylvania University, talks about the school's mission.
S14 Ep17 | 26m 57s
Dr. Michael Benson, president of EKU, discusses budgetary challenges the university faces.
S14 Ep16 | 27m 32s
Dr. Aaron Thompson
Dr. Aaron Thompson, president of the Ky. Council on Postsecondary Education, is the guest
S14 Ep14 | 28m 13s
Mary Todd Lincoln and Lincoln Lexington Walking Tour
Celebrate Mary Todd Lincoln's bicentennial birthday at her childhood home in Lexington.
S14 Ep13 | 28m 55s
Renee Shaw and her guests discuss education and prevention of youth suicide.
S14 Ep12 | 29m 22s
Jean Schumm and Amanda Gale
Operation parent provides resources for youth issues including mental health and wellness.
S14 Ep11 | 28m 22s
M. Christopher Brown II
KSU President Dr. M. Christopher Brown II discusses his vision for the university.
S14 Ep10 | 28m 2s
Renee speaks with Frank Harris, Kentucky's 6th District Libertarian Party nominee.
S14 Ep9 | 25m 17s
U.S. Rep. Andy Barr
Congressman Andy Barr discusses tariffs, healthcare, federal tax cuts, and more.
S14 Ep8 | 29m 16s
Congressional candidate Ret. Lt. Col. Amy McGrath discusses her views on the issues.
S14 Ep7 | 29m 2s
Kevin Chapman - Youth Mental Health
Psychologist Dr. Kevin Chapman discusses youth mental health issues.
S14 Ep6 | 28m 47s
Carol Cecil; Resa Gonzalez - Youth Mental Health
Carol Cecil, KY Partnership for Families and Children, discusses behavioral health in kids
S14 Ep5 | 26m 3s
Joe Bargione - Youth Mental Health
Dr. Joe Bargione talks about youth mental health issues including stress, trauma, suicide.
S14 Ep4 | 28m 57s
WKU President Timothy Caboni
Dr. Timothy Caboni talks about goals and challenges for Western Kentucky University
S14 Ep3 | 28m 40s
Dr. Neeli Bendapudi
Renee speaks with Dr. Neeli Bendapudi, president of the University of Louisville.
S14 Ep1 | 28m 47s